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Winter 2000 KANSAS

11/15/2012
The Twelve Villages of Christmas
Washington County pulls together for an old-fashioned holiday celebration.
By Ann Parr, photos by Dale Cole

Lost Your Marbles?
Come find them and a whole lot more -at Moon Marble in Bonner Springs
By Cindy Higgins

An American Original
Great Bend celebrates its connection with eraly African-American film maker Oscar Micheaux.
By Marti Attoun, photos by Gerard Attoun

Passport to Adventure
Chanute's Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum tells the dramatic story of Kansas' pioneering adventures.
By Marti Attoun

Rock Haven Revival
Get the "queen for a day" treatment at Dereama Allenbaugh's luxurious day spa, housed in a century-old limestone barn near Hays.
By Tonja Valin, photos by Mitch Weber

Somewhere Out There
The Cimmarron National grassland is a huge expanse of space rich in human and natural history.
By Rex Buchanan

Wichita's Tiny Trees
A minature Christmas tree exhibit ushers in the holiday season at the Wichita-Sedgewick County Historical Museum.
By Kenna Bruner Pierce, photos by Connie Van Zandt

Russell's Reward
Located just off Interstate 70 exit 184 near Russell, Fossil Station Restaurant offers relaxing respite for Kansas Travelers.
By Mary Ann Clift, photos by Michael C. Snell

Miniature Madness
An intricate model railroad display in McPherson delights rail fans from far and wide.
By Mary Ann Clift

The Music Plays On
Built in 1964, the Bowlus Fine Arts Center brings world-class entertainment to Iola.
By Jackie Ryan

Favorite Recipes
Brookville Hotel's Old-fashioned Sweet-Sour Cole Slaw

Volume 55, Issue 4
Andrea Glenn, editor
On the cover: Winter at Marais des Cygnes Wildlife Area by David Dvorak, Jr.